A celebration of the culinary, spirits and cultural wonders of the Caribbean takes place at Mana Wynwood, June 22
MIAMI – Caribbean305 returns to Miami on June 22 at Mana Wynwood and is South Florida’s premier Caribbean culinary and cultural celebration with flavors from more than a dozen Caribbean destinations.
Caribbean305 is presented by the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), Monster Energy and Belvedere Vodka, the official spirit sponsor of Caribbean305.
Caribbean305 features a rich display of Caribbean culture and entertainment and will shine a spotlight on award-winning chefs and mixologists from 14 Caribbean destinations: Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Curaçao, Grenada, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and Turks and Caicos.
In addition to these destinations, Caribbean305 will also showcase cultural influences from destinations like Antigua and Barbuda, and the Dominican Republic.
Caribbean305 is the only event where one can experience a culinary and cultural voyage through the Caribbean without leaving Miami.
Guests will experience live entertainment including traditional music from the region – such as reggae, soca, salsa, and zouk – surrounded by carnival dancers in full-feathered regalia and moko jumbie stilt walkers and dancers. Caribbean305 also provides attendees the chance to learn more about travel experiences while interacting with Caribbean tourism representatives, and the opportunity to win free trips to Caribbean destinations throughout the night.
“We look forward to our third edition of Caribbean305, which serves as a wonderful event to celebrate the region’s culture with some of the finest culinary talent available anywhere,” said Frank Comito, Director General and CEO of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association and producer of the annual event.
The Caribbean cultural showcase also features the region’s top chefs and mixologists who will create their island’s signature cocktail with Belvedere Vodka.
Patrons will experience unlimited tapas style dishes, an open bar, Caribbean music and more at the event’s new location in Mana Wynwood.
Wynwood is Miami’s eclectic district known for its dynamic street art and as an enclave for Caribbean immigrants. “This is the perfect event for foodies, Caribbean travelers as well as the Caribbean Diaspora,” said Comito.